Patience is Trusting in God’s Timing

Patience is Trusting in God's Timing -- Write Right

Most days, I shrug off the Lutheran church’s marquee as I run past it during a morning run. The saying is usually a cliché or some sentimental rubbish. Other times, the saying hits home.

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How to Improve Your To-Do List

How to Improve Your To-Do List -- Write Right

I use old-fashioned to-do lists, i.e., pen and paper. There’s something infinitely more satisfying in writing the list by hand, crossing through things (often vehemently), crumpling the crossed-out list, and tossing it into the recycling bin. An online tool or the trash sound that my Mac makes doesn’t compare. I know. I’ve tried—which isn’t to say […]

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How to Manage Work when You’re a Workaholic

How to Manage Work when You're a Workaholic -- Write Right

I tend toward the workaholic end of the spectrum. If I’m not working, I can develop a guilty conscience. I know working all the time isn’t healthy, but I’m tempted all the same.

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